Ghosts Upon the Earth by by Gungor

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Gungor’s music is hard to categorize. It is experimental. It is beautiful. Bluegrass (à la Nickel Creek), otherworldly vocals (à la Kate Bush), orchestra, choral music, and electronica all play a part in the strange brew of this album, creating worship music that delves into creation, original sin, and resurrection. The first song, “Let There Be,” could be a companion piece to the creation sequence in the recent movie The Tree of Life—it is just odd and ethereal enough to go with Terrence Malick’s unusual moviemaking style. If you are looking for Christian music that goes far beyond the ordinary, you must give this a listen! (Brash Music)

About the Author

Kristy Quist is Tuned In editor for The Banner and a member of Neland Ave. CRC in Grand Rapids, Mich.